Goa was a Portuguese colony till 1961. In December that year, some 451 years of Portuguese rule ended here, following an action by the Indian Army (preceded by a campaign by freedom fighters). What was the shape of the media then? How and why did things change? What led to the demise of the Portuguese papers of the time, and the rise of a new media? Ave Cleto Afonso, who taught Philosophy for long at the Dhempe College in Panjim (Goa, India), was a journalist in the crucial period in the 1960s... Topic: goa, media, india, portuguese colony, newspapers, interview, understanding the media
The Goa Union of Journalists in Goa, India, organised what it called an "exceptionally interesting" seminar on conscientious journalism in association with a local organisation called One World.The seminar was inaugurated by Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar had speakers like that of Dileep Padgaonkar, Consulting Editor, Times of India, Sanjeev Latkar Senior Journalist and Media Researcher, Adv Ujjwal Nikam a special public prosecutor, Patricia J Sethi, former UN Bureau chief,... Topics: goa, india, media, conscientious journalism, guj
Journalist of Goan origin has spent his entire working life outside Goa, mostly in Bombay (now Mumbai), then Canada and Dubai. Here he talks about his experiences in the profession, other journalists of Goan origin... and also wonders why as many Goan names are not visible as by-lines these days. Topics: media, india, goa, bombay, mumbai, canada, dubai, eugene correia
An interview with Regina Malanda, the Zambian deputy editor of The New African magazine, published from London. The interview was conducted at Doha, Qatar. Topics: the new african, regina malanda, magazines, alternative media
A recording from the Dalgado Konknni Akademi-organised Borovpeak Bhett (Meet the Writer) Programme on Wednesday, October 30, 2013 at TAG Hall, Campal, Panjim, Goa at 4.30 pm. The personality for the Borovpeak Bhett is Enclidas de Elly, publisher and editor of Cine Times, a Konkani weekly published from Mumbai.Walter Menezes comments: "He was born in Bombay (now Mumbai), the fourth child in a family of seven. His mother always filled his heart with abundant love, especially of Goa, his... Topics: media, india, bombay, konkani weekly, cine times, newspapers of the past
Community/campus radio station Radio Sarang operates from St. Aloysius College in Mangalore, Karnataka, India. An introduction to the station and a tete-a-tete with Fr (Dr.) Richard Rego SJ, the director of SARaNG FM Community Radio. He is Head & Assoc. Professor of the Department of Mass Communication (PG), St Aloysius College; PB 720 Mangalore - 575003. Contacts for him phone: +91-824-2449700-01 (Off) +91-824-2449706-07 (Res) +91-9448546425. (Mob.) See also http://www.staloysius.edu.in or... Topics: radio, community, india, mangalore, karnataka, st aloysius, alternative media, community radio,...
Jug Suraiya ... journalist, author and columnist (on his latest book *JS & The Times of My Life*. On October 30, 2011 at the International Centre, Goa. Mr. Suraiya reads from his latest book -- J S & The Times of my life published by Westland in June 2011. Jug Suraiya is a journalist with The Times of India. He began his writing career first with the iconic Junior Statesman. His memories -- both humorous and nostalgic -- pepper the pages of this unforgettable book by a writer who has... Topics: india, media, journalist, js, junior statesman, calcutta, kolkatta, youth magazine, jug suraiya
Fundacao Oriente, the Lusophone Society of Goa and the Goa Union of Journalists organised a talk by Dr. Henrique Antunes Ferreira, former Chief Editor of the leading Portuguese Daily "Diário de Notícias", on the topic "Lusophone News: the experience of a journalist / Notícias Lusófonas: a experiência de um jornalista". It was held on March 14, 2014 at the Fundacao Oriente, Panjim and was followed by a debate moderated by Alexandre Moniz Barbosa, Journalist,... Topics: goa, portugal, lusofonia, media, news, news flows, news exchange, portuguese-speaking world, diario...